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I am a research associate at the Database and Information Management (DIMA) group at the Technical University of Berlin since November 2011. Before that, I got my M.Sc. degree at TU Berlin and worked as a student assistant at DIMA for two years.
Since 2011, I am coordinating an ongoing collaboration between DIMA and the Centre for Advanced Studies (CAS) at the IBM Toronto Labs, Canada. As part of this work we are researching algorithms and models for scalable data generation and declarative specification of massively-parallel data generation programs. Some of our recent ideas have been implemented in the Myriad Toolkit - a development toolkit for scalable data generators.
My current research interests are in the area of scalable information management for domain-specific languages (DSLs). In particular, I am investigating new techniques for incomplete, declarative specification of DSL semantics, as well as the impact that these techniques have on the design of directed search strategies for holistic optimization of cross-domain applications.
|Period||Type of work|
|since 11/2011||Research Associate at Database Systems and Information Management Group (TU-Berlin).|
|03/2011 - 05/2011||Visiting master student at IBM Labs, Toronto, as part of a collaboration between the IBM Center for Advanced Studies in Toronto and the Database Systems and Information Management Group (TU-Berlin).|
Worked in the area of scalable data generation, performance evaluation and analysis of massively-parallel data processing systems
|10 / 2009 - 10 /2011||Student Assistant at Database Systems and Information Management Group (DIMA, TU-Berlin)|
Collaboration in building up the DIMA group
Worked on the Stratosphere project.